A father shot during the Troubles is interviewed by his daughter in this exploration of transgenerational trauma in a post-conflict society.
A warm and genuine conversation between friends reveals the long-lasting effects of the pandemic on a young disabled woman.
Bury Me Facing the Sun
A glance into Ireland’s landscape and history which explores the connection between Christianity and Paganism.
Shades of Blue
A man with impaired sight ruminates on craft beer and skiing, prompting a consideration of accessibility in shared spaces.
Jessica May Banks and David Johnston
Using animation, home video and reconstructed sequences, this short looks at the notion of love and the many forms that it takes.
Familiar images of a security blockade in 1970s Belfast are reimagined as a scenario in which invisible queer lives are out and about.
A sensitive portrait of cattle farmer Padraig and his lifelong commitment to his farm, raising questions of tradition, heritage and mortality.
Focail Nua (New Words)
The vitality of the Irish language is celebrated in this short which focuses on Ireland’s two full-time terminologists and considers the 300 words they officially add each month.
When it Rains
This collection of stories and experiences forms an impressionistic and loving tribute to the skateboarding community of Carrickfergus.